By Aliza Gerritt POETIC JUSTICE

The Art Of Vulnerable: Allow Your Heart To Feel True Pleasure

vulnerability

By Aliza Gerritt

What does it mean to be vulnerable?
Open, wide-open. Exposed. Transparent.

When others choose to: hide, withhold, suppress, repress, reserve, limit and deny,

You, reveal.

Your heart, your soul; your true nature is fully expressed.
You plunge deep into the sea of your tears;

Inviting, encouraging and inspiring others to swim with you.
You are authentic, unapologetic, strong and courageous.

When others surround you: concealed, cloaked and covered;
You stand before them, unarmed, disrobed and celebrated.

Piece by piece, layer by layer, petal by beautiful petal you’ve allowed your highest Self to unfold. You have stripped away all of your disguises;

Baring your sacred soul.
You remember.

You are love;
You love.

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Aliza Gerritt

Aliza Gerritt is an Alchemist, Catalyst, Educator, Entrepreneur, Empowerment Architect, Writer and Visionary. She is passionate about educating, empowering and inspiring all sentient beings to consciously, confidently and creatively reclaim: vibrant health, balanced well-being and radical self-love. Aliza seamlessly weaves her quest; ancient teachings, innate wisdom, intuition, metaphysics, mysticism, sacred and universal truth into an eclectic tapestry of yoga as a lifestyle. Aliza is universally recognized as a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Therapist, esteemed Multi-Dimensional Healer|Shamanic Reiki Master and a Certified Nutritional Therapist. Connect with her via Facebook and Instagram.

  1. Ronda Hipshman

    This is immensely hard and will take time—is natural to ‘hide’ behind our fears, our past failures, our experiences of life—to ‘reveal all’ is like an autopsy—flayed open for all to view–the good, the bad and the ugly. I suppose there is just the right person who can view all without judgement and still love you—have yet to find, but will hope for someday–that one person who will embrace ‘the chalice of my soul’ and love me for me–aside from my G-d…obviously, I am speaking earthly, not ethereal.

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